Archbishop Downey writes the foreword to Patrick Smith's compilation of the sermons of Bishop von Galen, of Miinster, just out, and sold at 2s. by Burns Oates.
The Raft and Socrates asks Why, In a series of three broadcast plays Eric Linklaker gives dramatic form to an analysis of our peace aims—is it a creative peace we seek, if not why are we fighting? (Macmillan, 4s. 6d.) Valuable advice on Club Leadership is given in Basil L. Q. Henriques' book of that name. Warden of a Jewish Settlement. the author understands the treatrnent of boys as few people do. and he can be read with profit by Catholic: workers fonr youth in practically all his chapters. A Catholic will readily understand, however, his diffident approach to religion. (Oxford University Press, 55.)
The League of London. Never bee fore has there been such a concourse of European celebrities in London at one time. The author, H. R. Madol, has interviewed the many allied sovereigns and statesmen now in this countty and collect: his impressions together in this book. (Jarrolds, 10s. 6c1.)